Easy Plant Hanger Crochet Pattern
Crochet your own plant hanger with this quick and easy crochet pattern! This easy plant hanger can be used inside or outside, and uses t-shirt yarn for a strong and durable plant holder! We’ll use a mix of basic and fun crochet stitches to create a beautiful and functional home decor piece!
Crocheting your own home decor is a wonderful way to brighten up your home and add your own unique, personal touch! This easy plant hanger works up quickly and features beautiful textures that are simple to create!
This crochet pattern uses t-shirt yarn and features a round base, 5 straps, and a hanging loop to fit on a hook so it’s strong and will keep your plant pot safe and secure! The best part of this easy plant hanger is that it fits on almost any sized plant pot!
Continue reading below to hear my inspiration for this pattern and to learn more about the yarn I used, then scroll down for the free written crochet pattern!
I have been wanting to design a crochet plant hanger for a while now. I have so many plants (maybe too many, if that’s possible?) and I don’t have much room on my shelves or floors for anymore! A plant hanger is a great way to get plants out of the way, they take up much less space, and they also get them closer to the window for better lighting!
The trickiest part with this design was trying to figure out a way for it to be able to hold multiple different sized pots. Lots of macrame and crochet plant hangers are like a basket which can only fit a particular sized plant pot. I wanted mine to be as versatile as possible so I created a small base with long straps coming off of it so that the plant pot or tray could sit inside and the straps could wrap around it.
This idea worded great! See the photos below to compare the plant hanger with different sized plant pots. I used a 4″ pot (white), the 4″ pot with a tray, and an 8″ pot to test it out and each size fits perfectly well! You could even use smaller and larger posts too!
I used T-shirt yarn for this easy plant hanger and I highly recommend it! T-shirt yarn is strong, durable, and has a bit of stretch so it so it worked perfectly for this project! I also love the defined stitch definition it creates and since it’s a super bulky (6) weight yarn, it works up super fast!
This T-shirt yarn is from Knitz N Purlz and it comes in a variety of beautiful colors. I used the color Burnt Orange and I love how it compliments the green plants! But whether you’re looking for bright, neutral, or muted colors, Knitz N Purlz has a ton of different options!
If you want to substitute the T-shirt yarn you can use any super bulky (6) weight yarn!
Easy / Advanced Beginner
- 79 yards / 73 meters Super Bulky (6) weight yarn
- I used Knitz N Purlz T-Shirt Yarn
- 10.00mm (N/P) crochet hook
- Yarn Needle
- The CH 1 at the beginning of each round/row does NOT count as a stitch.
- The number in parentheses at the end of the round/row represents the total number of stitches to be worked in that round/row.
Abbreviations (US Terms)
ST(s) – Stitch(es)
SL ST – Slip Stitch
CH – Chain
SC – Single Crochet
SC2TOG – Single Crochet 2 Together HDC – Half Double Crochet
HDC SL ST – Half Double Crochet Slip Stitch (also known as a Yarn Over Slip Stitch): Yarn over and insert hook into stitch. Pull up a loop and pull it through the 2 loops on your hook.
Easy Plant Hanger Pattern
Magic Circle, CH 1
Round 1: HDC x10 inside magic circle. Join & CH 1. (10) Round 2: 2 HDC in each ST around. Join & CH 1. (20)
Straps (make 5)
Row 1: HDC SL ST in same ST you’re joined to. HDC SL ST in the next 3 STs. CH 1 & turn. (4)
Rows 2-10: HDC SL ST in each ST. CH 1 & turn. (4)
Row 11: SC2TOG x 2. CH 1 & turn. (2)
Row 12: SC2TOG. CH 1 & turn. (1)
Row 13: CH 30. Starting in the 2nd CH from the hook, SL ST in the back bump of each CH across. SL ST to the top of the SC2TOG from Row 12. Tie off yarn and weave in end.
Attach Yarn in the next ST of Round 2 of the base. Repeat instructions for next strap until you have a total of 5 straps then move onto Hook Loop.
CH 6. SL ST to the 1st CH to create a loop.
Round 1: SC x 10 inside the loop. Join & tie off yarn leave a tail end that is approximately 1.5-2 yards/meters.
Align the ends of each strap so they are facing the correct direction, with the right side facing out, and how you will want them to hang. With the tail end left from the hook loop, sew the yarn through the ends of all the straps. I sewed across the ends, like an “t” pattern then back through like an “x” to ensure all the ends were worked through and secure. Tighten the tail end and secure with a few double knots.
With the remaining tail end, wrap the yarn around the top of the ends and the bottom of the hook loop to clean up the join. Wrap around as many times as you’d like then secure the tail end with a few knots, hide the end, and cut off any excess yarn.
And you’re all done!
I hope you enjoyed this Easy Plant Hanger crochet pattern! Be sure to tag me @theturtletrunk in your photos on Instagram so I can see your finished creations!
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